Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse end credits scene: Who was THAT? | Films | Entertainment


Previews for Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse open in the UK today and fans are in for a treat. The Sony Pictures animated film has a very impressive 100% positive reviews score on Rotten Tomatoes. Crossing the multi-verse the new film sees six Spideys share the screen for the first time. Aside from Peter Parker himself, there’s Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen, Peni Parker, Spider-Man Noir and Peter Porker aka Spider-Ham.

But if you stick around for the end credits scene, there are another two alternate Spider-Men teased.

The clip is set in another alternate universe, we’re introduced to Spider-Man 2099 aka Miguel O’Hara – the first Latino Spider-Man.

It turns out he’s managed to create an inter-dimensional travelling device he wears on his wrist.

Using it for the first time he ends up in Earth-67, which is the universe of the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon.

Landing in the 2-D world, Spider-Man 2099 points at Spider-Man ’67, recreating the pointing meme/GIF that’s very popular on social media.

Apart from this hilarious post-credits scene, it’s clear Spider-Man 2099 will most likely appear in the newly announced sequel.

It’s also worth pointing out that Miguel is voiced by Star Wars actor Oscar Isaac.

While the 26-year-old Spider-Man from Miles’ universe who dies at the beginning of the film was voiced by Chris Pine.

So what will the Into The Spider-Verse sequel’s plot be?

Well at this stage our best guess is it will see Spider-Man 2099 travelling across the multiverse and bumping into some of the Spider-People we’ve already met, while introducing others.

Hopefully, more of the film will be set in other universes. We’d love to see more of Spider-Ham’s and Spider-Man Noir’s dimensions.

Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse is in UK cinemas on December 12, with previews from today.

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